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History of 'Measurement of the Sympatholytic Activity in Moringa oleifera'

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Author(s): Hameed-un-Nisa L, D Shehnaz, S Faizi
Published in: New Trends in Natural Product Chemistry.   Oct 14, 1998
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The effects of Moringa oleifera on the parts of the nervous system involving blood vessels, the stomach, and other involuntary processes were unknown. Researchers studied how Moringa ofeilera extract from its pods and leaves affect adrenaline used for the vas deferens of rats, used as a model for blood vessel contraction. The extract did not stop contraction due to adrenaline.


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